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Capitol Health to acquire radiology group for A$24.2M

Australia's Capitol Health Ltd. agreed to acquire Radiology Tasmania Pty Ltd. for about A$24.2 million in cash.

Additionally, the company may pay up to A$1 million under earnout over two years based on revenue performance.

The group, which comprises five clinics in Tasmania's Greater Hobart and Launceston regions, is expected to contribute A$14.4 million in annual revenue.

Capitol Health will fund the transaction using existing cash reserves, and expects to complete it early 2018, subject to standard conditions.